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COTM #72 - Live Classics

Greetings Mooniverse!

This month (September) I will be running a series of features that highlight the best live albums from your favorite classic groups.

I see no better place to start than my own very favorite live album ever.....

YESSONGS! (Woot)

I know you have your own favorites and I hope I pick yours in the near future. Hmmm, this might take longer than a month.... You don't mind do you?

See you on the Moon.
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Hopefully, we will hear Caravan's "Live at the Fairfield Halls 1974" in the future
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"are you inside, provider or am i?"...IQ's Subterranea
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Rush - All The World's A Stage
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Can you figure it out?
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Duly noted folks. Thanks -

Keep em coming.

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PFM- Cook
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Yesshows.
9012Live
Something's Coming: The BBC Recordings 1969-1970
An Evening of Yes Music Plus
House of Yes: Live at the House of Blues
Live at Montreux 2003
Symphonic Live
Union Live
The Word Is Live
In the Present - Live from Lyon



- just an idea.
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Wishbone Ash - Live Dates - 1973
Good one art! "Live Dates II" is great also.
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Focus- Live at the Rainbow
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I should have seen this coming.
I hear this group's pretty good. Oh yeah. That's why I started with my favorite live album.


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9012Live
Something's Coming: The BBC Recordings 1969-1970
An Evening of Yes Music Plus
House of Yes: Live at the House of Blues
Live at Montreux 2003
Symphonic Live
Union Live
The Word Is Live
In the Present - Live from Lyon



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Great album - I even played that a while back.
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Grobschnitt - "Solar Music Live"
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All are official records , no bootlegs, some issued in limited numbers

PFM Cook or the related recordings eventually issued last year ( just ask)
Grobschnitt Solar Music live
Genesis Live 1973 ( Foxtrot or 1974 SEBT£ tours ( imo it is possible to reconstruct the set list of these tours)
After Crying : struggle for life ( 2CDs)
Aekdoten : official bootleg live in Japan , 2CDs not on he moon, feel free to ask Dale
Jethro Tull : Bursting out ( DLp)
BJH : Live 74 (DLp)
Colin Bass ( CAMEL) : Live at polskie Radio 2CDs , not on the moon , just ask
Camel : On the road 1981 , not on the moon I think
Camel : Pressure points
Camel : On the road 1972
Camel : never let go
Camel : Coming of age
Camel : Gods of light
Camel : Paris Collection 2000
Caravan : Live UK tour 1975, not on the moon i think
Circus brimstone ( TFK in disguise) : Brimstoned in Europe , not on the moon ?
Finch : stage 1976, not on the moon ?
Zappa nd the Mothers : live at fillmore east ( I don't have the cd)
Gentle Giant : The BBC records
Peter Hammill : in the patio Kirche ( ALONE :-))))))))))))))))))))))))
Iona : Woven cord 2cds
Iona : Heaven's bright sun
Iona : live in London 2cds
Iq : Forever Live 2cds
Iq : The 20 years anniversary serie 2cds

lot of Dream theater , Marillion , Fish, ...
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Be careful what you ask for...

In your first show, you mentioned that "stuff" after 1989 wouldn't be eligible, but in fact, many of our favorite dinosaur bands have recorded several excellent live concerts after said marker. Of these, there are many examples, and some standout because of the lineup or even just the energy that comes through in the recording. While I could do like YesSpaz and list of all of PFM's live albums, I'll suggest Live in Japan 2002 as an excellent "recent" representative recording.
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I'll suggest Live in Japan 2002 as an excellent "recent" representative recording.
indeed as Live in Siena is
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Re: COTM #72 - Live Classics

Thanks again everyone for the suggestions. All great stuff.

For Mooniverse, I am trying to stay with the early phase of prog classics, so I'll be choosing shows recorded prior to '85.

Please, that is NOT a choice of quality - just a time-frame from which I want the show to focus on. Now, there are new albums of old shows and those could be eligible. If I should so wish, that is.

But I really want to get a feel of what some of your favorites are. So shows recorded from 1968 but prior to 1985. Released prior to '85 is best, but as I said, there are new tapes of old shows coming out that deserve a listen (and some that should have stayed in the vaults).
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Thanks again everyone for the suggestions. All great stuff.

For Mooniverse, I am trying to stay with the early phase of prog classics, so I'll be choosing shows recorded prior to '85.

Please, that is NOT a choice of quality - just a time-frame from which I want the show to focus on. Now, there are new albums of old shows and those could be eligible. If I should so wish, that is.

But I really want to get a feel of what some of your favorites are. So shows recorded from 1968 but prior to 1985. Released prior to '85 is best, but as I said, there are new tapes of old shows coming out that deserve a listen (and some that should have stayed in the vaults).
Well, if we want more and recent albums, here again a link to that idea..

http://auralmoon.com/forum/showthrea...ht=live+albums
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